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that leads to a horrific crash. and plane that took off from a bay area airport crash lands not at its final destination. everyone walks away. new at 11:00, a carbon monoxide scare. nearly a dozen people including toddlers got sick after they were exposed to the gas that is called the silent killer. they may owe their lives to safety equipment some of us may not yet have in our homes. monty francis has the latest from the scene. they got very lucky. >> reporter: that's right. a utility crew is on the scene searching for the source of the carbon monoxide that sickened 11
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people. all are member of the same family. they were having a family gathering earlier tonight. members called 911 at 7:00 after a car robert moncrief knox side de detector went off in the home. several family members kpain complained of headaches and sore throats. fire crews arrived and used monitors to test the home and found no high levels. they pick picked the family members fingers and found high levels of carbon monoxide in their blood. there should be a cautionary tale and stress the importance of having a co detecter in your home. >> carbon monoxide detectors are important because it is odorless, you can't smell it and don't know it until you get signs of a headache or something lick that. it is important to have one in
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your house. starting last year, state law requires any home with an attached garage to have co detectors here in california and multiunit buildings have until january 1st to am ply. i just learned some of the victims have been released from the hospital. fire officials say old heaters starting up with the cold weather are a common cause for carbon monoxide poisoning. crews are searching for the source. they say if you have symptoms or a detector goes off in your home, call 9111 and get out of the building immediately. live in san francisco, monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> lucky family and good reminder. it has been a deadly weekend on roadways across the state. the california highway patrol says 25 people died on the roads during what is one of the busiest travel times of the year. one of those deadly crashes happened last night on highway 50 near placerville where three members of a bay area family died.
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kimberly tere has new information on who these victims were. >> we are learning more about the victims. both vehicles were carrying families with very young children. chp says the prius swerved in to path of oncoming traffic hitting a minivan. >> there is no information leading to any impairment of the driver. >> reporter: according to officers a father, mother and their son were killed in the prius. may have been identified as sheng ku su and. the fourth victim was in a minivan. 4-year-old's parents and 1-year-old brother survived.
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suffering moderate to minor injuries. chp says they are investigating what may have caused the driver to swerve. some neighbor think it may have been a deer they saw injured and laying on the road after the crash. >> i think it is a high chance of being connected. >> neighbors say deer regularly cut across that section of highway. so many in fact they have been ask canning the speed limit be lowered from 65 to 45 miles an hour. this is just one of deadly crashes in northern california during the holiday weekend. according to chp and the bay area six people have been killed, including two sisters from san drun bruno. they were ejected from their family's suv after the driver hit the patrol car. in that crash, investigators say the driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel. california highway patrol is warning drivers to use extreme caution while heading home. and if you are involved in a crash it is best to stay inside of the vehicle and keep your
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seat belt on? thank you very much. >> we are learning more about the case of a woman found on the side of the highway in south san francisco. the woman died shortly after she was found last night and now police are calling this a hit and run crash. investigators say the woman was struck by a car as she was walking northbound on highway 1 101. police say several other drivers also caused more injuries. the accident shut down 101 for hours. the woman's identity has in the been released. traffic finally easing up for folks on bay area roadways tonight making their way home from holiday travel and perhaps a little shopping. looking live at 880 in fremont. we see slow-moving traffic and hopefully folks obeying the
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speed limit. if you are expecting someone home from the airport, no delays to report at sfo. that was not the case earlier when travelers sat through delays up to an hour and a half between 8:00 this morning and 3:00 this afternoon. others had an extended holiday in the area. >> significantly delayed. unfortunately we had a connecting flight. only option now is to move to a flight tomorrow. >> runways a the airport were operating at half the normal capacity on one of the busiest travel days of the year. we are looking live at the bay bridge toll plaza. though you probably can't see it because the fog has once again rolled in. we are watching that and other big changes in the forecast. rob says get your galoshes and umbrellas ready. you will need them. >> and you want to hang on to them because we will be watching the wind and rain by the middle of the week. but the thing that will slow you
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down is patchy thick fog. locally at the bay bridge toll plaza visibility down to to a quarter mile. oakland airport 5 miles. by tomorrow morning, very likely we will see the low clouds filling in. the future cast shows you from 6:00 and 7:00 in the morning patchy dense fog, likely impacting arriving flights tomorrow morning. you will deal with that and plus misty skies and low clouds. that's the most rain out of the pattern right now. the mist from the fog. more mist coming our way on wednesday. the series of storms coming in, bringing gusty winds 15 to 30 miles an hour. arriving in time for the wednesday morning commute and total rainfall amounts, starting from wednesday in to next weekend are looking very impressive depending on where you are in the bay area. you will see a bigger punch for parts of the bay area less than others. we will talk you through the timing and how much rain we are looking at here over the next
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seven days in the full forecast. that is a few minutes from now. >> thank you, rob. oakland police are searching for a gunman who killed two women this morning. the shooting and around 6:00 this morning in the street near minna and brookdale avenue. it is not clear where the women were from or what led to the shooting. their deaths bring the oakland homicide rate to 115 for the year, which is five more people than in all of 2011. new details on a deadly crime spree in san jose. the 15-year-old suspect linked to a series of violent crimes is expected to be arraigned this week. authorities finally caught the san jose resident on friday after he spent a week on the run. the suspect is linked to the november 16th killing of a man during a car jacking in the 7-eleven parking lot and attempted i can killing of a san jose police officer. the suspect's name is not being released because of his age. that could change if he is tried as an adult. the first suspect, 26-year-old
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johnathon dawson willbanks faces multiple charges with special circumstances. wilbanks is held without bail and due back in court on december 5th. a san jose man wanted for murder is taken in to custody after he was spotted shopping at wal-mart on black friday. it happened at the wal-mart in morgan hill yesterday where an off-duty probation officer was also shopping. he recognized 18-year-old jay sob standing in the check out line. he had outstanding warrants at if ar murder and attempted murder. morganhill police responded and covered the store exits and made their arrest. he went down safely while the store was full of black friday shoppers. black friday and small business saturday are behind us and time to rest up for cybermonday. this year, on-line sales are expected to grow to $1.5 billion.
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odds are if you have to work you are not going to have to look over your shoulder as you shop. a national survey found fewer employers say they will block access to on-line shopping sites. now just a third instead of two-thirds who shut down shopping at work last year. we spoke to an author that has written books on culture and opportunity in the work place says that employers need to set reasonable boundaries for cybermonday. >> for the employees i would suggest they tell or ask their supervisor and say i'd like to spend a little time tomorrow shopping. i'm trying to buy something new. whatever it is. be honest. have that kfgs. don't abuse it. do it on your lunch or break and don't let it impact your normal work day. >> a record number of shoppers hit stores and websites over the holiday weekend. the national retail federation says 247 million shoppers showed up over the four days between thanksgiving and today. that's up 9.2% from last year.
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americans also spent more money. the average shopper spent $423 this year up from 398 last year. the total take was $59.1 billion, that is a whoing with 12.8% higher than 2011. just ahead at 11:00, the latest on the violent clashes in egypt which turned deadly today. plus, a trip from the bay area to southern california takes an unexpected turn. the pilot forced to land his plane on a college campus. . also. >> do i think we can win ten games, i can't predict the games we went but i know we can win more than lose. >> that's one coach with a lot to proud of. celebrating a big victory tonight.
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take a look at this video here. you will wonder how it is that two people walked away from in the crash scene with minor injury. the pilot and passenger were flying from nevada to john wayne airport in orange county when the plane lost pow er over the
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san fernando valley. the pilot landed on a cal state soccer field, tore through a fence, flipped over and came to a stop on the sidewalk. the van nuys airport just five miles away. overseas in egypt the growing protest over the president's sweeping new powers turned deadly this weekend. two people, one of them a teenager, were killed and another 500 injured when demonstrators clashed with police today. much of the violence happened when protesters stormed a muslim brotherhood headquarters building in cairo. tahrir square is filled with tents. they are refusing to leave until morsi backs down or resigns. morsi insists the power grab is not permanent and that he only wants to speed up the creation of a new constitution. in bangladesh, investigators are trying to find out what sparked a fire that killed at least 112 people. flames raced through the
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eight-story clothing factory last night and many of the workers were trapped inside because the building did not have emergency exits. the factory supplied major retailers in the u.s. and europe. after a bruising election season and a thanksgiving vacation, lawmakers get back to work tomorrow on captiol hill and they are facing the december 31st deadline to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. that's when spending cuts and tax increases kick in. lawmakers from both parties are racing the clock to reach a compromise but despite a lot of optimism there is no plan on the table. brian moore has the story from washington. >> reporter: back from an extended holiday and facing a looming deadline, lawmakers from both parties seem optimistic about diffusing the fiscal cliff time bomb. >> unfortunately, for the last ten days with the house and congress gone for the thanksgiving recess there hasn't been much progress made. tomorrow there's no excuse. we are back in town.
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>> reporter: democrats want to raise taxes on the wealthiest americans and republicans who once refused to raise taxes on anyone ever are signaling their willingens to compromise. >> when you are $16 trillion in debt the only pledge we should be making to each other is to avoid the coming grove and republicans, republicans should put revenue on the table. >> the world has changed and the economic situation is different. ronald reagan and tip o'neill realized that in t '80s. already if republicans have to raise tacks they want democrats to scale back spending on social programs. >> entitlement reform is the only way we will really get the debt and deficit under control and we have to take it on. >> reporter: without a compromise, devastating across the board spending cuts and tax increases threaten to crush the economic recovery. on captiol hill, the battle lines are drawn for a showdown, a fiscal cliff hanger. that uncertainty is putting a damper on the shopping season
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that could be helping the economy. brian moore, nbc news, washington. former hp executive and republican political activist says the nation's wealthy need to know they will need to pay more. >> taxing the wealthy is not a process of addressing our great opportunities and challenges. so, as uncommon as it is for republicans to say we will put revenue on the table and i think john boehner was crystal clear that revenue is on the table. the president needs to say here's my grand vision. >> she says the president should focus on addressing the issues that would jump start small business and encourage entrepreneurs. the nhl lockout turned ten weeks old and business s are hurting. many bars and restaurants rely on customers that come in on game days. on friday the nhl announced the cancellation of games through
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december 14th. henry's high life is one of the businesses starting to feel the pinch. >> the gooim nights the games would be scheduled tuesdays and thursdays, business is down 50%. a huge impact for us and a lot of servers and bartenders aren't making the money we used to make and wemy miss the fun that comes with hockey. >> fans and business owners are anxious for a contract but there are no negotiation sessions set up. san jose state has the best football record since 1987. now they are ranked number 25 in the bcs, something that has never happened for the spartans before. and they are also going to a bowl game. the team is now 10-2 heading in to bowl season after a thrilling win over louisiana tech last night. that is a game that fans got to see on national television. we spoke with head coach mike mcintyre about this incredible season. >> it's been a whole process.
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our coaching staff, our administration has really bought in to building a program, not a team. that's wa you see built. now we have 85 scholarships it has helped us to compete week in and out at a national level. that's what we will keep doing. it's been a lot of fun and we are looking forward to our bowl game coming up. >> the spartans had a 1-12 season two years ago and now coach mcintyre is a semi finalist for the 2012 maxwell football club college coach of the year award. amazing. and we are looking live not at san francisco. this fog is in san jose. the fog rolled in. how long is it going to last? rob is here with that. >> an interesting day. san jose one of the spots that saw highs only in the upper 50s today. livermore up to 67. we had a cool day today. right now 40s outside. fog starting to fill in across solano county, napa, half mile visible there and starting to
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drop off some in san jose. not at ground level yet but as temperatures cool to the get the radiational fog that will start to form and low clouds will thicken up. likely dense fog advisories may be issued by the time you wake up tomorrow morning through 9:00 tomorrow morning in the commute. the low clouds over the next few hours. this now cast in to tomorrow morning shows you the low clouds hugging the waterways around the bay before clearing up around lunchtime. the rain is likely going to hold off until wednesday morning. we could get some mist with the fog tonight. the substantial rain is going to come for wednesday morning's commute and gusty wind. an area of low pressure 976 millibar off shore. the pressure gradient, what we witness when we see lows that strong off shore is a gusty southernly winds you will notice that on wednesday. and total rainfall estimates. going wednesday morning to friday evening. so this is several days adding up. north bay locations in the gold here seeing the most, anywhere
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from four to five inches of rain. especially north of santa rosa and on the north coast more rain that that. for the bay area initially less rain for the south bay and two to three inches around the central bay. as we go through the week stay tuned to cristina and jeff for the latest on the storms coming in midweek. jumping to tuesday, show you the timing of the first storm coming in. it is a wednesday morning commute. right there, 6:00, and 7:00 you are seeing heavy rain and don't forget the wind. that will be part of the picture, too. good news, wednesday afternoon through the first half of thursday, we should catch a break as the storm goes to the north. hopefully breaks in between the storms. the rainfall totals are impressive lining up over the next five days or so. should be in the low 60s in the south bay once the low clouds break up. mid 60s in the trivalley in to san francisco. 62 and next few days dry through tuesday.
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the first wave of wind and rain on wednesday morning and a break break on wednesday afternoon and thursday and friday more rain coming in. saturday in to sunday morning one more system dropping in. that's for the weekend. i want to zoom in on friday. we have the pac-12 championships, stanford against ucla on friday evening. scattered showers, football weather for that. so that's in the middle of a busy looking seven-day forecast as we get through the weekend. i think the end of that will be sunday morning. if we can get through the major systems we should be pretty good. >> maybe get the lights up after saturday morning. >> wait for the wind to back off. >> thank you very much. now henry wofford. you put up the lights? what's going on, henry? >> i will tell you what, we are doing a lot today in sports. we are going to be celebrating one victory and talking about a loss. it's all football, all day on sunday. we had our reporters hit the road with the raiders and 49ers.
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jim harbaugh picked the starting quarterback but more playing time for colin caber nick may not lead to more controversy for the niners or maybe it will. 49ers and saints. cullen capper nick. game tied at 14 at break. all 49ers defense. dante witter in 42 yards, interception. go ahead wittener. running like he is a running back and diving across the goal line. first time since '95 they have had two interceptions return for touchdowns in a the game. 49ers win. >> in a who would give them a
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great chance to win, great defense. brees was intercepted twice. >> we were able to stay tight in the defense and get sop stops. >> we wanted to cause as much pressure as possible. the first half we really don't do that. he was picking us apart. we needed to step up as much as possible. >> there's still no more clarity as to who will be the starting quarterback next week in st. louis. colin kaepernick told the media he found out he would be the starter in a team meeting on saturday night and harbaugh said he made it based on smi's medical status. when kaepernick asks if he expects to be the starting quarterback against the rams he responded that is the coach's decision. >> over to the raiders and bengals. palmer facing his former team in
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cincinnati. 7-0 bengals early on. in the first, dalton finds mohammad and makes a one half-handed grab. dolphins to him again. 21-0 cincinnati. this turned ugly in the fourth and i'm not talking about the score. i'm talking about the fight. all ejected from the game. bengals win 34-10. we have post-game reaction. >> i was upset with myself. i expect much better out of myself and i need to play better and put us in better situations to win games. >> wish we could have got a win for ourselves. guys played hard but you can play hard and not smart. right now we are not playing smart. >> we came in after halftime. made a couple of adjustments. i thought the guys played hardener the second half of the game and the way the defense came out after halftime i thought was good but we have to
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play that way more often. >> you have to play four quarters of football, not a quarter here, a series here, a couple of plays there. you have to put together a game. we didn't do that. me being a veteran quarterback i need to do a better job and make sure we are playing offensively good football for all four quarters sdp the raiders lost all four games of the season leaving palmer to say something has to change because this team needs to get better. in cincinnati, nbc bay area news. >> the raiders are 3-8 this season. they are off their game. speaking of off of their game i was off my game. you asked me whether i was hanging up christmas lights i was daytime dreaming and looks like i was rude. you know i would never be rude. >> i thought you were going to choreograph it how you would light it up gangnam style.
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>> lay off the meds you poor dear. feel better. instagram had a lot to be thankful for. they broke a record this thanksgiving. we will explain coming up.
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a new record on thanksgiving day when users shared photos faster than you could say pass the potato. they were shared at a rate of 226 per second during the peak at 12:40 p.m. on thursday. several hours later they posted 200 photos about the holiday and broke all instagram records making the busiest day for the mobile photo sharing app. facebook bought instagram in september. . ♪ gangnam style
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>> another record this one on you tube for the most viewed video of all time. that wasn't henry wofford, that is korean wofford gangnam style. it beat justin bieber's "baby." it has 822 million hits and it was only posted on you tube july. bieber's video has just more than 800 million views. coming up next, how does amazon keep up with 200 sales a second on cybermonday? we will give you a sneak peek in the operation. plus, the final fate of prop 8. the supreme court could decide to take up california's ban on sex marriage this week, but experts say they are likely to do in the process. and a warning on the radios after another deadly bay area car crash?
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it was a deadly weekend on roadways across the state. the california highway patrol says 27 people have been killed during the business seest travel time of the year. one happened on highway 50 near placerville. three members of a family were killed. kimberly tere has new information on the victims. >> we are learning more about the victims. both vehicles were carrying families with small children. i long this four-lane stretch of highway 50 in placerville, chp says a prius carrying a family from oakland was coming out of
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the poun tans when it swerved in to oncoming traffic hitting a minivan. >> there's no information leading to any impairment of the driver. >> reporter: according to officers, a father, mother and their son were killed in the prius. they have been identified. a 10-year-old was hospitalized with serious injuries but released to extended family in the bay area. a fourth victim in the minivan. her parents and 1-year-old brother survivored. suffering minor to moderate injury. chp is investigating what caused the driver of the prius to swerve. some neighbors think it may have been a deer they saw injured and laying on the road after the crash. >> i think there is a high chance of it being connected. >> they say deer regularly cut across that section of highway. so many, in fact, they have been
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asking the speed limit be lower ed from 65 to 45 miles an hour. this is one of many deadly crashes in northern california during the holiday weekend. according to chp in the bay area, six people have been killed including two sisters from san bruno. they were ejected from their family's suv after the driver hit the back of a patrol car. in that crash, investigators say the driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel. california highway patrol is warning drivers to use extreme caution heading home from the long holiday weekend. if you are involved in the crash they say it is best to stay in your vehicle and keep your seat belt on. kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. in san mateo a driver killed a man and drove off is behind bars. the crash happened outside of a shopping center near the corner of south delaware street and con car drive.
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a green camaro came out of a parking lot an crashed in to a concrete trash can knocking it in to the victim. when the driver fled the scene the victim was alive trapped between the trash can and the tree. the man died later from his injuries at the hospital. with the help of advance witnesses investigators quickly identified the driver as low pedestrian. police tracked him down and arrested him and found out at the time of the crash there was a 5-year-old child in the car. neither this child or lopez was hurt. a san francisco deputy accused of felony bank rbry is expected to be in court tomorrow. he is out on $150,000 bail in connection with the november 7 robbery of a bank on balboa street. he allegedly handed the teller a note demanding money and the teller handed over $1700 in cash. he is charged with one felony count of robbery and one felony count of burglary. the seven-year veteran is
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suspended during the investigation and is unpaid leave. the deputy recently filed for bankruptcy. the 14-year-old boy accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 65-year-old woman in vallejo is due in court tomorrow. the suspect is charged as an adult. king is suspected of abducting the 65-year-old woman from the shopping center, carjacking and assaulting her and leaving her bound and gagged by the side of the road. the victim in the case is still recovering. in san francisco, nearly a dozen people, including three young children, got sick after they were exposed to carbon monoxide. monty francis explains how the family may owe their lives to safety equipment not everyone has in their homes. >> reporter: good evening. we're told that all 11 victims are members of the same family. they were having a family
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gathering earlier tonight. at 7:00 the family members called 911 after a detector went off inside the home here on courtland avenue. family members complained of headaches an sore throats which are common symptoms. they tested the home and found no sign of high levels of carbon monoxide and then picked the finger of family members and found many had high levels of co in their blood. they transported them to local hospitals. all of them are expected to be okay. fire officials say this should be a cautionary tale and stress the importance of having a co detector in your home. >> carbon monoxide detectors are important. because it is odorless and can't smell it and you don't know until you have a headache or some signs. so it is important to have one in your house. >> state law requires any home with aan attached garr anl to
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have co detector and multiunits have until january 1st to comply. some of the victims have been released from the hospital. fire officials say old heaters starting up with the cold weather are a common cause for carbon monoxide poisoning. crews are searching for the source of the co. fire officials say if you have symptoms or a detector goes off in your house call 911 and get out of the house immediately. in san francisco, monty francis, nbc bay area news. this week, the u.s. supreme court is expected to take up the issue of same-sex marriage. there are about 1 ten cases involving same-sex marriage before the u.s. score including california gay marriage ban ruled unconstitutional. later this week the judges will go behind closed doors to decide which of the cases they will hear. if the justices decline to hear the california case that will in effect uphold the ehloer court's
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ruling that prop eight violates the state's constitution and same-sex marriages would resume in california. most expert s believe the justices will decide to hear the california case along with one other involving the defense of marriage act which denies legally married same-sex couples equal benefits under federal law. >> momentum is on the side of the -- polls nationwide show majority support for marriage equality. >> all along once we reach the supreme court we will prevail and proposition 8 will be upheld. >> given that gay marriage is legal in nine states and district of columbia, experts expect the justice will make a ruling on whether gay couples have a constitutional right to marry. there are a variety of ways, both narrow and broad, that the
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court could decide to rule. belligerent han mandleers will not be tolerated in par teen nez. they banned any solicitation that is aggressive. it prohibits using intimidation, coercion and following or blocking someone in an attempt to get money from them. >> it happened to me. i was walking to the bank. someone fwot behind me and started to ask me for money. i decided not to go to the bank at that time. as i was walking away he started to call me all sorts of names. most uncomfortable. >> panhandling at off and on ramps is prohibited. i have laters can be cited but not arrested. the ordinance only applies to threatening behavior since solicitation is protected under freedom of speech. officials at the airport
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will get more ammunition to deal with birds. they logged 180 bird strikes since 2009 so the faa cleared shotguns as part of the hazardous management plan. most will fire blanks but if they don't work they have the green light to use real bullets. bird strikes can be dangerous to planes. the current city law allow only police and the military to fire guns at the airport so the city council will have to approve the change. san francisco and open airports have staffers already who use guns to clear the runway. even though the economy is improving, the need is gritter than ever at one of the bay ear area's largest food banks. second harvest food bank feeds 250,000 people each month. this holiday season, the food bank is trying to raise $12.4 million or about half of its annual budget. >> second harvest with one
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dollar can provide two nutritious meals. every little bit helps to feed the community. we appreciate the generosity and hope that people come out and help us. >> there's also a need for food donations, not just cash from now until christmas day. you can buy a pre-packed bag of groceries for $10 at any safeway store to help to keep the food bank stocked. if it is time to give, second harvest can also use your help. last year volunteer help saved the organization $5.9 million in operating cost cans. if you are planning to hang some christmas lights this week, you might want to hear what rob has to say. first, a chance of rain and also more wind in the forecast. rob is telling us when.
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...could end with adding a close friend. ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is on, offering some of our best values of the year. this is the pursuit of perfection. if you haven't had a chance to hang your holiday lights you may want to hold off until next week. so you can take a break on the honey do list if rob is correct with his weather forecast. >> i think for yard work, cleaning up the leaves you want to take care of it tomorrow or tuesday. the winds will pick up and we will see changes outside right now. we don't have to worry about rain but the fog is thick already. bay bridge toll plaza is somewhere out there right now. viability is down to a quarter mile there. and that's what the future cast holds from now until noon tomorrow.
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clouds filling in. and after sunrise we will see the low clouds thin out n. the afternoon that will include hazy sunshine. dry conditions lasting until tuesday. the pattern that will move in is one that will slingshot in the weather systems every 24 hours or so. the first one on wednesday will pack a punch with wind and rain. santa rosa northward is where we will see rainfall totals higher than five inches north of santa rosa. wednesday morning the rain comes through. wednesday afternoon and it is thursday morning we should catch a break. hour by hour, you will see the numbers upper 50s and low to mid-60s. another cool day tomorrow but dry day. we will see the winds pick up on tuesday afternoon. that will hint at the weather system on wednesday. that will bring wind and rain. the timing works out right.
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with we hope to get the breaks in between storms. we can take the hit of one to three inches of rain provide we get the breaks in between. if you are watching napa county northward keep a close eye. very active starting wednesday morning. >> the folks behind the scene will make fun of me for galoshes but who will have the last laugh? >> the people with galoshes will be good this week. >> one of america's retail giants. last holiday season amazon had 200 sales per second. we will show you how they keep up.
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at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area
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is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. retail analysts are predicting another first this year. for the first time ever on-line shopping could exceed 10% of all holiday spending. the folks who track these things tell us that amazon was t most visited retail site of all of the holiday weekend. but what happens after you click your mouse and make a purchase?
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diana got a look inside of amazon's largest hub in the u.s. from the moment you check out at, the process begins. your item is picked, sorted, packed and shipped. this is what the holidays look like here at amazon. to give you perspective this is one of 40 fulfillment centers across the country packed with thousands of items in time for the holiday rush and they are going to need them. last cybermonday, they sold more than 200 items per second. one glance at thes and it seems workers put smuf stuff wherever they can find space. that's how it works. >> it helps associates. they don't have to worry about where they are putting things. >> wherever there is space there will be product. >> it doesn't matter what is sitting next to what in each bin. >> the interesting part comes with the picking. workers will physically pick up
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every item per order and those items could be anywhere. >> so is this your exercise for the day? >> it is definitely exercise. you get your cardio and toning in the legs going up and downstairs. >> jamie men december may cover several miles a day, picking products, scanning them and sending them to be packed and shipped. she said it is feeling a lot like christmas. >> more picks, more orders are coming in. more numbers definitely, more energy. >> as the workload increases, so does the stress. >> do you ever dream about work? >> i have dreamted about work, yes. i dreamted about picking items. >> reporter: sometimes items are too far apart to walk. this is amazon's biggest fulfillment center. to fwif you an idea it is the equivalent of 28 football fields which explains why some employees need try troiks to get around.
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>> with this holiday season expected to be the biggest one yet they have brought in 50,000 extra workers. >> an on-line operation that depends on the human touch to fulfill holiday wishes. nbc news, phoenix, arizona. >> when we return, a rockin' celebration.
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>> the rolling stones are flying high tonight as they celebrated 50 years as a band with 20,000 of their closest fans. the group kicked off the anniversary tour where it all began in london. the 69-year-old mick jagger and band mates thrilled the audience for more than 2 1/2 hours with hits like "brown sugar" and "jumping jack flash" they will
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be in new york 0 in december with a show on pay per view. >> we made it. happy to see twrou and anyone anybody. >> have a great week. hey, look! a shooting star!
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